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Cambridge Building Developments

Contemporary Architectural Projects in South East England, UK Built Environment

Building Developments in Cambridge

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Cambridge Building Developments. We cover completed buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Cambridgeshire. The focus is on contemporary buildings in Great Brtiain but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

We have 5 pages of Cambridge Architecture selections.

Cambridge Architecture : news + key projects

Cambridge Buildings : A-D

Cambridge Building Developments : E-I (this page)

Cambridge Architecture Developments : J-N

Cambridge Building Designs : O-Z

Cambridge Building Developments

Cambridge Architecture Developments, alphabetical:

Emmanuel College Chapel, St Andrew’s St
Design: Christopher Wren, Architect
Emmanuel College
picture © Adrian Welch

Emmanuel College Buildings

Faculty of Divinity Building, Sidgwick Site
Design: Edward Cullinan Architects
Faculty of Divinity Building
image © AW

Faculty of Divinity Building

Faculty of Education Building, Hills Road
Architects: Building Design Partnership
Faculty of Education Cambridge building
photo © Martine Hamilton Knight

Faculty of Education Cambridge Building

Faculty of English Building
Design: Allies & Morrison, Architects
Faculty of English Building
image © AW

Cambridge University building Sidgwick Site

Faculty of History, University of Cambridge
Design: James Stirling, Architect
History Faculty Cambridge
photo © AW

History Faculty Cambridge Sidgwick Site

Fitzwilliam College, Huntingdon Road
Sir Denys Lasdun, Architect
Fitzwilliam College
photograph : Isabelle Lomholt

Fitzwilliam College

Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington Street
George Basevi
Fitzwilliam Museum
photograph : Isabelle Lomholt

Fitzwilliam Museum Building

Homerton College Building Extension
RMJM Cambridge
Homerton College
photograph : Isabelle Lomholt

Cambridge College architecture

Institute of Criminology Building
Allies & Morrison
Institute of Criminology Building
image : Isabelle Lomholt

Institute of Criminology Building Cambridge

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Buildings / Projects, E-N, alphabetical:

‘Elmside’, Grange Rd

E.S. Prior
Arts & Crafts house

English Heritage Offices, Brooklands Avenue

Van Heyningen & Haward, Architects
Sensitive melding of old and new

Faculty of Divinity Building, University of Cambridge – Sidgwick Site
2000
Edward Cullinan Architects
Unlike Ted Cullinan’s St John’s College Library this building feels a bit flimsy. Costing £8m and a winner of a RIBA Award the style is lightweight and softly innovative with plenty of layering from brise soleil and a light palette

Faculty of English Building, University of Cambridge – Sidgwick Site
2004
Allies & Morrison, Architects

Faculty of Music, West Rd, Cambridge
1978-84
Leslie Martin with Colen Lumley & Ivor Richards

Fitzwilliam College Chapel
1990
MacCormac Jamieson Architects

Fitzwilliam College buildings
1994; 92
Van Heyningen & Haward

Fitzwilliam College Gatehouse & Auditorium
2004
Allies & Morrison
MacCormac Jamieson Architects and Van Heyningen & Haward have also designed buildings at this College.

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The Backs:
The Backs
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Sidgwick Site:
Sidgwick Site
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Sidgwick Site View – James Stirling History Faculty building, Allies & Morrison building beyond, Giles Gilbert Scott’s Cambridge University Library tower in distance




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Cambridge Museum of Zoology architects : John McAslan + Partners

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